Our mission is to accelerate human development through innovations that strengthen systems for health and health financing.

We know the scale of our ambition and defined 4 key focus areas to help us get there.
It considers where we are today and creates a roadmap for where to go next. 

Using data in health to benefit society

We are searching for solutions to mitigate risks and guarantee benefits of sharing health data are for the people

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Data ownership needs to belong to the patient. Where the patient owns the records. We need to remember that data comes from the Latin word giving. Data is not given, it is stolen. We should not talk of data, we should talk of stolen information

Professor Marcel Levi, FT Future Health ConferenceChief Executive, University College London Hospitals

#healthdata

Finding inclusive health financing models 

We rethink traditional financing models to make access to quality health care more inclusive

Encouraging community development and engagement

Understand behaviors and experiment with interventions that encourage people to lead healthier lives

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Partner spotlight: Center for Advanced Hindsight (CAH)

A collaboration between JLI and behavioral scientists from the Center for Advanced Hindsight under supervision of behavioral economist Dan Ariely – Research into decision making and how to improve this in light of health management. 

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Facilitating Health Diplomacy and Partnerships

We seek partnerships, collaborations to accelerate human development through innovations that strengthen systems for health and health financing.

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   Led by Dr. Christoph Benn, the JLI Center for Global Health Diplomacy team focuses on developing sustainable health financing models and advocate to secure financial and political commitment from donors, governments and other parties.
Global health diplomacy uses interactions and negotiations with multiple stakeholders, including governments and civil society, multilateral agencies, private and public donors, to promote international health goals.

#healthdiplomacy